INDIA – India’s out-of-hospital care provider HCAH has launched an ultramodern Transition Care Centre (TCC) in Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra.
In a statement, Vivek Srivastava, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of HCAH India, divulged: “The new facility in Navi Mumbai will offer long-term acute care, skilled nursing, and inpatient rehabilitation services.”
Vivek Srivastava further said that the new TCC is well-equipped to cater to a significant patient population recovering from trauma, accidents, surgeries, and the growing geriatric community.
Currently, HCAH runs the largest chain of Transition Care Centres in the South Asian country, with over 325 beds spread across multiple cities.
HCAH offers a comprehensive range of rehabilitation and geriatric services to patients nationwide, with a focus on providing affordable healthcare solutions that cater to their unique needs.
The opening of the new TCC in Navi Mumbai presents a unique opportunity for HCAH to cater to the growing demand for high-quality healthcare in the country.
Commenting on this launch, Vivek Srivastava said: “Our goal at HCAH is to become the largest player in out-of-hospital care and the leading geriatric care platform within the next five years.
Over the course of the next five years, the out-of-hospital care provider plans to increase its bed capacity from over 325 beds to a total of 2,500 beds.
This project also entails expanding its services through further integration of technology in its Transition Care Centres.
The expansion drive comes shortly after HCAH completed the acquisition of Nightingales Home Health Services, a specialty home healthcare service provider.
With the acquisition of Nightingales, HCAH is not only solidifying its position as India’s largest out-of-hospital care provider but also establishing its presence in South Africa.
It represents a continued effort by the Indian out-of-hospital care provider to provide superior care and enhance the quality of life for its patients and their families.
In his address, Dr. Gaurav Thukral, Co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of HCAH India, said: “With the introduction of our TCC in Navi Mumbai, HCAH has extended its presence across West India, marking a significant step in our mission to provide accessible out-of-hospital care nationwide.”
HCAH’s expansion drive comes as the medical rehabilitation services market was valued at US$167.8 billion in 2022 and is estimated to reach US$305.7 billion by 2032, growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.2% from 2023 to 2032.
According to a new report published by Allied Market Research, the medical rehabilitation services market is segmented into services, therapy, end user, and region.
Rehabilitation is the process of helping individuals with physical, mental, or emotional disabilities to regain or improve their physical, cognitive, social, and vocational skills so they can lead independent and productive lives.
It is worth highlighting that physical rehabilitation therapy, occupational rehabilitation therapy, and speech rehabilitation therapy are the common types of medical rehabilitation worldwide.
The transition care market plays a crucial role in meeting the demands of the ever-expanding rehabilitation care market.
Consequently, HCAH is committed to addressing this need and developing a comprehensive healthcare delivery model that encompasses the entire care continuum.
HCAH has collaborated with major insurance players to become the first transition care provider in India to make insurance available for its patients
Moreover, HCAH TCCs became the first of their kind in India to receive accreditation from Quality Assurance International (QAI), an international organic certification company.
By harnessing innovative approaches, the Transition Care Centres offer QAI-accredited insurance for out-of-hospital care services.
The financial protection provided by top insurers and HCAH’s expertise in rehab care, enhances the quality, accessibility, and affordability of transition care, marking a significant step forward in the evolution of transition care in India.
The opening of the new TCC marks HCAH’s seventh such facility in India as the care provider continues to expand its footprint across all metro cities.
“This expansion exemplifies HCAH’s commitment to being a vital contributor to healthcare delivery across the entire nation,” underscored Dr. Gaurav Thukral.